Personal and small-business finance managerRead More
GnuCash is a personal and small-business finance manager with a check-book like register GUI to enter and track bank accounts, stocks, income and expenses. GnuCash is designed to be simple and easy to use but still based on formal accounting principles.
- Double-Entry Accounting
- Stock/Bond/Mutual Fund Accounts
- Small-Business Accounting
- Reports, Graphs
- QIF/OFX/HBCI Import, Transaction Matching
- Scheduled Transactions
- Financial Calculations
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Considering the cost of most accounting software and the idea of fee's or storing your data on a cloud system (which I don't want to do) this program is great. The positives: Biggest one (ITS FREE) it does everything I need it to do and more for my small business. Great client and other reports the option to invoice and the ability to split transactions for detailed tracking and checking account reconciliation. Sales tax tracking and adjustments are easy to do. The Drawbacks: A little difficult to learn how to use. The invoice interface is clumsy and I can't get the invoices to look the way I want them too. Over all I would recommend this program to anyone with a small business who needs to track cash flow, expenses, costs and organize their data for tax filing.
Using this for more than a year for my personal accounting. Though there were some issues with QIF importing, reports and the Mobile version, now (v2.6.6) it works good. This is a great tool which I enjoy using, thank you!
I use it mainly for Accounts Receivable and Invoicing. Business functions like Process Payment have been greatly improved in the last few iterations. The only draw back is the VERY awkward process of changing the look of the invoices. There are great big white spaces around all the items in the header, so fully a third of my invoice is header. System works well, recommend it
I use GnuCash for personal accounts, and also for company accounts and invoicing. The features are great, and usability is improving all of the time, but is more than usable as is with a bit of trial and error.